The State of Aging and Health in America (SAHA)
This report series provides the most current data on 15 key indicators of older adult health at the national and state levels, as well as calls to action, state success stories, and other resources. Its aim is to provide state and local level public health and aging services professionals with the data they need for grant writing, program planning, and priority setting, while also giving suggestions for tools and informational resources that will support using this data for action.
The State of Aging and Health in America 2013
The 2013 report highlights data from 2009-2010, with a Spotlight on mobility related issues for older adults. Two changes were made to the indicators from previous reports: Tooth Retention replaced Tooth Loss, and Cholesterol Checked Within Past 5 Years was replaced with Taking Medication for High Blood Pressure.
The State of Aging and Health in America 2007
The 2007 report highlights data from 2003-2004, with a Spotlight on Preventing falls.
The State of Aging and Health in America 2004
The 2004 report highlights data from 2001-2002, with a Spotlight on Physical Activity.
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